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Food Tips & Articles

Eating In
Eating well doesn't necessarily mean eating out. Why spend $6 on a milkshake in a caf� when you can whip some up at home for half the price and still give some out to your friends? Plus a special report on the infamous Durian - King Of Fruits, heavenly to some and a rotten skunk to others. No other fruit in the world can conjur up such opposing feelings!

Healthy Portion
How to eat healthy when there's so much oil, fat and cholesterol around.

Global Fares
We tell you where the best food around the world can be found!

How to eat a Hairy Crab

Restaurant Reviews

December 2004: Esmirada

Give your taste buds a break from your usual hawker/sandwich shop fare and check out the new lunch deal at Esmirada�s at the Orchard Hotel. Well known for its energetic Greek-style evening entertainment in the form of plate smashing, and waiters displaying unusual dance moves, Esmirada�s is a surprisingly civilized and relaxed place during the day. Read more

February 2005: Il Primo Trattoria

Set against the backdrop of Tanjong Rhu and the Singapore skyline, the al fresco experience of Il Primo is as first-rate as any you will find in Singapore. Warm tropical breezes and fantastic sunsets set the mood for an enjoyable evening of dining. Inside, the traditional �trattoria� d�cor and open kitchen concept allows one to experience a sense of activity. The vintage posters and towering wine racks give Il Primo a feeling of comfort and coziness. Click here to read the full review.

March 2005: Sistina Ristorante, Holland Village

Nestled alongside it�s big brother restaurant Michelangelo�s, in what has become regarded as the stylish side of Holland Village, Sistina Ristorante has the feel of a traditional trattoria. Inside, classic murals and wrought iron wine racks adorn the walls while the open kitchen concept allows the guests to feel the culinary activity. The "al fresco" area is spacious and inviting, you can feel the buzz and vibrancy of this chic neighborhood emanating from this row of renowned restaurants. The warm lights of the interior cascade outward to create a comfortable and relaxing ambience. Dining inside or out, Sistina sets the perfect mood for any occasion. Click here to read the full review.

April 2005: Michelangelo's, Holland Village

The inside of Michelangelo's is as warm and inviting as your mothers kitchen with reproductions of Michelangelo's artwork from the Sistine Chapel adorning the ceiling. The open kitchen opens the window to a scene of controlled chaos inclusive of banging pots, flaming skillets and smoking grills. The walls are adorned with hand painted sketches of his famous drawings. Candles twinkle everywhere creating an surreal glow and an atmosphere that is as conducive to a business dinner as it is for a romantic dinner for 2. The omni-presence of Angelo Sanelli, owner/executive chef, is felt everywhere as he slips his robust frame through the closely spaced tables and chairs greeting everyone as if they are his long lost cousin. Click here to read the full review.

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